Lift count : 5 x Chairlifts 2 x Drag-lifts 2 magic carpets, 2 Tube Lifts
Take a trip to Silver Star and you’ll feel like you’ve taken a trip. When you walk down the high street, which is part of a piste, you walk through a purpose-built fake mining village. The shops are painted bright colours and have a raised wooden walkway outside. If you look up, you expect to see a mock cowboy shootout, while around each corner you expect to bump into Mickey Mouse. That said, Silver Star has an average snowfall of over 6 metres, a frontside of well-groomed pistes and a backside of hardcore chutes. Silver Star won’t disappoint riders, unless they're expecting Mickey.
Beginners will also appreciate Silver Star, with its well-connected green and blue runs. The local snowboard school runs daily programmes as well as weekly camps which even offer video analysis.READ NEXT: Freeriding, terrain parks and Pistes
FLOW FUSE FB FREE BALLER SNOWBOARD BINDINGS 2015 The Fuse FB pays tribute to where â€œjibbingâ€? started and takes an aggressive step into deep powder freeriding. This no highback binding is one for the free spirits and natural board feel guys out there. If riding rails and jibbing up the park is